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“Great Shop”

Sunny Caribbee Spice Shop & Art Gallery
Ranked #7 of 39 things to do in Road Town
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: The Arts, the Crafts, the Flavours and Fragrances…the Best of the Caribbean can be yours! Located in what was Tortola's first guest house, Sunny Caribbee offers an eclectic collection of spices, sauces, cosmetics, art and craftwork all either made or designed in the West Indies. Open 7 days in season and now with a second location at Sopers Hole in West End.
Reviewed 13 January 2014

We had a wonderful visit during our last trip to Tortola. There was something for everyone and my Caribbean hot sauce collection just expanded. We found teas, wine and soaps, unavailable anywhere else in the BVI or WI. The prices were good and the service also very good. We will certainly be back with maybe a website order in between for refills.

1  Thank Curtis L
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Reviewed 30 October 2013

Sunny Caribbee Spice Co. & Art Gallery, with stores in Road Town and West End -Tortola offer a wide variety of seasonings, spices, great selection of hot and not hot sauces,, most made in their factory in Road Town.. Caribbean arts and crafts from through the region are on display as weli, A personal favorite is their Iced Teas,,,served almost every day , either Mango, Passionfruit or Hibiscus.. If you cook or enjoy all things Caribbean,....Do not miss this store !

1  Thank John G
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Reviewed 20 August 2013

Stopped by trying to find a good restaurant. Ended up spending $65 for a set of Salsas: Tangy Tropical Ting, Caribbee Hot Sauce, Garlic Herb Green, and XXX Calypso Hot. Can't wait to try them all!! Two very nice sales-ladies helped us choose them. Also bought seasonings: Herb Pepper Blend, Seasoned Sea Salt, and Super Spice. Being a salt addict I look forward to cooking my next great piece of fish! It's a must-see if you're a foodie like me. You even get a brochure with recipes using their suggested spices. Their website is: www.sunnycaribbee.com

Thank HonduranHoustans
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Reviewed 5 June 2013

We read about this place from Lonely Planet guide book I guess and it really was nice little shop in central location. Hundreds of different spices, herbs, teas etc. nicely packed, with nice etiquettes, so ideal for souvenirs too. We bought some jerk seasoning and hot sauce and those were real good.

Thank Halkidis
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Reviewed 30 May 2013

Although they say much of their stuff is the tastes of the island or somesuch, if you look at the ingredients it is mostly combinations of stuff you can find in any supermarket. The packaging is cute, but for the price, mostly not worth it in my opinion. There is a large variety, I'll give them that. And there was a complimentary iced tea tasting (with very small glasses!). I was disappointed there weren't more (if any) local items available - that would have made a better souvenir, and I would have been much more interesting in buying something. We did a cursory pass through the gift shop, but it looked like mass-produced stuff, again nothing really locally crafted. Someone said coupons were available on the cruise ship, but I didn't have one so don't know what the offer was.

Thank MyTwoCent s
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